Health and Exercise Physiology

  • Portrait of Zoe Heinke '16

Zoe Heinke


Health and Exercise Physiology


Wellness Education and Coaching


Women’s Softball Team, Captain


I became a HEP major because I was always very interested in the bones and muscles and learning more about how they worked in relation to exercising and performing various activities. I also wanted to help people in my career one day and I felt that I could do so in this major. I was also able to achieve a Coaching minor which has helped me realize that I want to coach young athletes one day.



I obtained a summer internship with AREUFIT Health Services, Inc. in the Summer of 2015.

How I Stay Involved

Experience as much as you possibly can while you’re here. If you have a chance to experience clubs, various activities or opportunities, you should take those chances because it’s important to make the most out of your college experience. You can also meet new people!

Life After Ursinus

I plan to continue my education in a Master’s of Public Health